We have not forgotten about Rodney Reed. Any update on the Rodney Reed case? COVID-19 took over right after Reed granted clemency. There is a small update, but at the same time, this is a reminder that Rodney Reed’s fight has not forgotten. To go over the case for those who might not know what is going on. Rodney Reed charged on May 29th, 1998. He eventually convicted of murder and rape of Stacey Stites, a 19-year-old white woman. Reed ultimately sentenced to death with an execution date of November 20th, 2019.
Dead Women Crossing, Oklahoma, is a small unincorporated community named after a notorious homicide. Since Halloween will be here shortly, there’s nothing better than a legendary true crime story involving murder and a ghost.
Inside of Rochester Hill's apartment complex, Allison Weaver was found covered in blood. Weaver is not the victim. Her unnamed friend accused Weaver of attacking her.
The Reverend Clarence Sheatsley and his wife Addie seemed to have a perfect life. They lived in the Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bexley, Ohio. They were known as a faithful couple with a strong faith in God. The Sheatsley’s also had four children: Milton, Clarence Jr., Elisabeth, and Alice.
Australia is known for its beauty. But it’s also known as a place where the wildlife can kill you if you aren’t careful. Australia is known for its deadly saltwater crocodiles, kangaroos, koala bears, and monstrous sharks.
This is the true story of Joe Ball, a man often referred to as either “The Alligator Man” or “Butcher of Elmendorf.” Joseph Douglas Ball was born on January 5th, 1896. He was one of eight children born to Frank and Elizabeth Ball. From all accounts, Joe had a normal childhood. Although we don’t know much about his childhood, it’s been said he was a loner who loved guns.
Author's Note: Before I get started on Richard Chase, I first want to apologize for the dry content. I know that most of the articles I have written have been somewhat boring as they are very factual and linear, so I have an idea to get you guys more involved. I am going to highlight certain facts throughout the story as they are presented, and later on time them all in together to form a basic psychological profile so that you guys can comment things that I've missed or even correct me if I'm wrong. I will end this by saying thank you to all of you that have been following this series as well as my other series.
Everyone has heard of human trafficking; everyone knows that children are trafficked from city to city within the UK for sexual exploitation, right? Where did you get your understanding from? The news? A poster? A colleague or friend? So, what is trafficking? Who is a victim? Who is an offender? Is the media a cause of moral panics around trafficking?
For 17 years Kathleen Folbigg has been imprisoned at Silverwater Correctional Centre, New South Wales for the deaths of her 4 children. The evidence that convicted her was circumstantial and relied heavily on the harrowing diary entries of a grieving mother. Kathleen Folbigg has always maintained her innocence. Now genome sequencing of Kathleen and her 2 daughters reveals a genetic mutation that indicates the children died of natural causes.
Just over thirty years ago, a predator sparked unprecedented fear in Melbourne parents and children. To this day the Australian bogeyman who is known only as Mr. Cruel remains unidentified. Mr. Cruel is a paedophilic serial rapist who targeted young girls and is the prime suspect in the abduction and murder of Karmein Chan. In 2016, 25 years after the murder of Karmein Chan Victorian Police increased the reward for the information that leads to Mr. Cruel's arrest and conviction from $100,000 to $1,000,000.